“But it’s worse than that. This training is also bad security policy, since the most dangerous and effective counterintelligence or terrorist threats are unlikely to telegraph their views openly. Those who are on the lookout for outspoken critics of U.S. foreign policy based on this training are likely to miss them entirely.”
Steven Aftergood — Secrecy expert at the Federation of American Scientists.
A new version of a computer-based cyber-security training course from the Pentagon is available online. This post was published on February 26 2017. Its popularity was certainly not expected.
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Version 4.0 of a computer-based cyber-security training course from the Pentagon is available online.
Some aspects of this training/test have been criticized. Let us first take the test which — I believe — is a good ‘no-nonsense’ introduction to “Cyber Awareness”. Then, in a following post, we will discuss the controversy surrounding some topics, such as the identification of an ‘Insider Threat’.
You will be quizzed on the following topics:
Computer use – Identity Management – Email – Removable Media
Social Networking – Mobile Computing
Sensitive/Classified Information – Protecting Classified Data – Insider Threat
Website Use – Home Computer Use
Enjoy the test and don’t hesitate to post comments and feedback!
Department of Defense Employees
CYBER AWARENESS CHALLENGE — Official Website UNCLASSIFIED
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